PUTRAJAYA: The government has no plan to implement the Movement Control Order (MCO) or total.
KUALA LUMPUR AUG.18: The state government should not take their own decisions to stop several.
KUALA LUMPUR AUG 4: On the 54th day of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).
KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) had detained 186 individuals for not complying with.
KUALA LUMPUR JULY 27: Malaysia is the first country in the world to implement moratorium.
PUTRAJAYA JUNE 17: The government has decided to allow meetings, seminars, workshops, courses, training, and.
TEMERLOH: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has been summoned by the Ministry of Energy and Natural.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Education will be distributing the school reopening management guidelines on.
PUTRAJAYA JUNE 2: Couples who wish to tie a knot through marriage solemnization are now.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 30: Starting from June1, weekend husbands and wives are allowed to visit their.
KUALA LUMPUR: Invito Hotel and Residence has today announced that it will cease all operations.
KUALA LUMPUR: Colleges and universities will resume their academic sessions starting from Dec 31, while.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 26: The people who had reached their home towns without police permissions were.
PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin reminds those who are going to pray in.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 21: The police will not only direct the people to turn back.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 20: The National Security Council (NSC) today has made a decision that all.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 17: The people who have succeeded to go back to their home towns.
KUALA LUMPUR: In conjunction with Teacher’s Day today, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin urges.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 15: The Minister of National Unity was directed by the Cabinet to discuss.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has recently detained hundreds of illegal migrants staying and working illegally in.
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Health is positive that the acute case detection and targeted approach.
Malaysians should follow the example of Taiwan in dealing successfully with coronvirus pandemic without the.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 2: The Royal Police of Malaysia (RPM) is preparing the travel schedule for.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Authorities are conducting large-scale operations at several locations in the capital against.
PUTRAJAYA MAY 1: The government has decided to allow selected economic and social activities to.
UTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced today that almost all business activities will.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian students who are stranded overseas are advised to take the necessary precautions by.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah government is not allowing two people from the same household to travel.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 30: The government’s decision to allow two persons from a family to travel.
KUALA LUMPUR: Online shopping is now the “new norm” as the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 27: University students who are going back to their families starting this evening.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 27: 1,128 students from nine universities will be taken to 17 destinations by.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 26: Malaysian citizens in Singapore who wish to come back for Ramadan and.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 24: 53,000 students from the Institute of Higher Education are allowed to go.
Prime Minister Muhyddin Yassin said the battle against coronavirus is “not won yet.” And.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 22: The people who have gone back to their village before the enforcement.
PUTRAJAYA April 21: The government may consider allowing students of the institute of higher education.
PUTRAJAYA April 20: Malaysia recorded only 36 new Covid-19 cases and zero death today, the.
The Ministry of Health today announced that among the Malaysian citizens who have recently returned.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 19: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to.
PUTRAJAYA April 14: Companies, cooperatives, associations and organizations should postpone their Annual General Meetings (AGM).
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 16: The Ministry of Women and Family Development have received 135 calls relating.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 15: The Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to convert 13 prison academies.
A foreign worker spends her days of the Movement Control Order (MCO) cleaning stones at.
Amidst the enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) and the spike in economic crisis.
PUTRAJAYA APRIL 12: Since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was imposed on the Malaysians effective.
PUTRAJAYA: 80,000 students staying at universities` hostels and campuses during the enforcement of the Movement.